Bong Resident Cries for Support to Less Fortunate Kids
A goodwill son of Bong County Wilson Vai is calling on the government of Liberia, Humanitarian or Philanthropists to aid him in the process of educating less fortunate children.
Mr. Vai currently has about nineteen children many of whom lost their parents during the civil war and the rest do not have support to acquire education.
After coming in contact with the children during the war, Mr. Vai took them to the Republic of Guinea and started struggling to send them to school and at the same time feed them.
After the war, Mr. Vai took the children to Global Village in Zota District, Bong County where he had been supporting them.
Speaking in an interview with this paper in Bong County Correspondent, Mr. Wilson Vai said he is finding too many difficulties in educating those less fortunate children, with a call for officials of the County to join him in the process.
He said since they came to Gbarnga, the challenges in sending the children to school are becoming worse adding that he needs the quick intervention of the government or Humanitarian organizations.
Mr. Vai said he took the responsibility to help the children because he wants their future to be better, noting that he is not currently working and the need for others to help should not be taken down.
“I have been supporting them for a very long time but now, I don’t have money but all I can say is that the government and other goodwill people should come and help us too” Mr. Vai told this paper.
Also speaking, some of the students extended commendation to Mr. Vai for the support to their education and at the same time added their voices to the call for support.
According to them, they sometimes feel for Mr. Vai who doesn’t sleep at night but only focus on how to support them.
They appealed to Bong County Legislative Caucus and Superintended Esther Yamah Walker to help augment the efforts of Mr. Via in supporting their education.